Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
A Brief Account of the Execution of the Six Militia Men
David M. Nelson military appointment made by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee. November 7, 1864
David M. Nelson, Washington County, Tenn., appointment as First Lieutenant and Adjutant., Ninth Regiment of Cavalry of Tennessee Volunteers. Signed by Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee, and Edward H. East, Secretary of State. November 7, 1864. DS (pfa) 1 pc. with seal.
Five Years of Progress in Tennessee
Pamphlet published by the Governor of Tennessee (Prentice Cooper) with various statistics on Tennessee’s economy, work force, education system, and public works during the years 1938-1943. Published December 20, 1943.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 75th Anniversary, 2009.
Ephemera related to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 75th Anniversary, 2009
Great Smoky Mountains National Park brochures.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park brochures
Happy Home Church of God (Knoxville, Tenn.).
Howard Baker, Jr. ephemera
1) Engraved bereavement Thank You card from Mrs. Everett McKinley Dirksen and Mrs. Howard Baker, Jr. re: death of Senator Everett Dirksen (September 7, 1969) Mrs. Howard Baker, Jr. (Joy Dirksen Baker) was Senator Dirksen’s daughter.
2) Howard Baker, Jr.’s first year-end report to his Tennessee constituents in his first term in the United States Senate (1967)
James M. Welcker blacksmith book (Gift of Pete and Linda Claussen).
James M. Welcker blacksmith account book (blacksmith’s Book), 1848 + ephemera. Found in James Park House, Knoxville, Tenn (Welcker was an in-law of the Park family).
Ku Klux Klan, Tennessee, S. R. Tiller, Caryville, Tenn.
Luke Lea, Campaign poster, Democratic candidate for re-election to U.S. Senate. (1916?)
Tenn. Politics. Luke Lea, Campaign poster, Democratic candidate for re-election to U.S.Senate. Large photograph of Lea, with facsimile signature at bottom and message. Poster is 12 1/2 x 18", B&W. For Nov. Primary election, no date. 1916? VG. cond. with rolls and folds. Scarce, authentic vintage.
Mayfield Dairy Farms Collection
"On Cliff Top of Mount LeConte" photograph by Jim Thompson
October 1924 — On Cliff Top of Mt. LeConte — To discuss organization. Charley Barber, Frank Wilson, Baxter Gass, Guy Barber, Charley Kane, Charley Lester, Marshall Wilson, Louise Smith, Caesar Stair, Douglas Smith, Besse Geagley, George Barber, W. H. McCroskey, Carlos Campbell, and T. S. McKinney. Photo by Jim Thompson from pg 6 of The Golden Years of the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club: Smoky Mountains Hiking Club History 1924-1974
Roy I. Gentry Framed Documents.
State of Tennessee Engineers license for Roy I. Gentry 1933 Appointment as Honorary Tennessee Colonel 1975
Sequoyah Garden Club Minutes and Scrapbooks.
Sequoyah Garden Club Minutes: Feb. 1949 through 1997 (3 vols.); one bound volume of club yearbooks, 1949-1968, 8 scrapbooks. Club is still active and retained the most recent material.
Slides from Tennessee Homecoming '86.
Color slides from Tennessee Homecoming '86.
Stuneck, H. G. The Development of the Penitentiary System in Tennessee.
Stuneck, H. G. The Development of the Penitentiary System in Tennessee. History research paper completed for History 512 taught by Dr. P. M. Hamer during the winter term 1932.
Tennessee State Federation of Women's Clubs
Two booklets listing officers, chairmen, constitution, by-laws, roster of clubs in other cities. Federation was organized in February 1896. 1898-1899 booklet contains a memoriam to Mrs. Richard Carpenter Graves. Inside front cover of 1920-21 booklet has "3-10-31 M. Crozier" written in pencil.
“Touching the Pencil” by Richard M. “Pek” Gunn, Poet Laureate of Tennessee
Card with poem “Touching the Pencil” by Richard M. “Pek” Gunn, Poet Laureate of Tennessee printed inside. Front of card has etching of a boy at a table writing while a man in overalls touches the pencil he’s using. Poem is about the lessons his father taught him. Title refers to an illiterate person signing a legal document by touching the pencil while their name was signed by another person.
William G. Brownlow Inaugural Address, April 1865, and two books.
Inaugural Address of William G. Brownlow, Governor of Tennessee to the General Assembly, April 1865. Handwritten, leather-bound volume. 1 vol., some water & mold damage. + 2 books given to McClung Collection : Sketches of the Rise, Progress and Decline of Secession... by W.G. Brownlow, 1862 (duplicate) and Life of Andrew Johnson... by James S. Jones, 1901. Inscribed in front to Jno B. Brownlow from Walter P. Brownlow. (McClung Collection has 2 copies)